Screams from new Tayto Park rollercoaster ‘won’t impact local residents’

Owner Ray Coyle has lodged plans for a new €15.5m rollercoaster for the centre

The numbers to attend Tayto Park this year totalled 615,000. Mr Coyle said: “Numbers have been flat the last two or three years and we need to do something about it.”

The numbers to attend Tayto Park this year totalled 615,000. Mr Coyle said: “Numbers have been flat the last two or three years and we need to do something about it.”

The screams by riders on Tayto Park’s planned new €15.5 million rollercoaster won’t impact on nearby residents, according to the owner of Tayto Park.

Raymond Coyle said the new rollercoaster comes with a series of specific measures aimed at eliminating any noise impacts for nearby residents. He has lodged plans for the new rollercoaster project with Meath County Council.

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